It has been a year to remember for pint-sized comedian Kevin Hart, who has brought his larger-than-life persona to arenas across North America over the last five months on his mammoth “What Now?” Tour. The 36-year-old is setting the bar even higher as his run comes to an end next month. Hart will play to a sold-out crowd at Lincoln Financial Field in his native Philadelphia on August 30, making him the first comedian ever to headline an NFL stadium. That momentum is carrying over to the secondary market, as ticket demand continues to grow just one week out from invading the City of Brotherly Love.According to TiqIQ the average secondary market price for Kevin Hart tickets in Philadelphia is now $210.58, which marks a 16.4% jump from last month’s average of $180.92 and a 26.4% increase from the $166.60 average back in late-March when the tour launched. Don’t expect to get in for much cheaper, as the cheapest available ticket is now listed for $96. Demand is so high for Hart’s hometown performance that the show is garnering NFL-sized ticket prices.
Source: Kevin Hart Tickets For First Stadium Show Generating NFL-Sized Prices On Secondary Market – Forbes